SNC-Lavalin Group wins environmental contract from Vale, but still faces criticisms over its work in Libya: company denies Libya allegations
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Author: Chris Sorensen and Erica Alini, Macleans.ca [Canada]
The Montreal-based engineering giant has suddenly found itself embroiled in a deepening scandal about the extent of its ties to the deposed Gadhaﬁ regime...
Author: Nicolas Van Praet, Financial Post [Canada]
SNC-Lavalin Group wins contract a contract from Brazilian mining giant Vale SA to modernize its nickel smelter complex in Sudbury, Ont., part of an overall $2-billion effort by Vale to slash sulphur dioxide emissions and dust and metal pollution at the mining site...Despite the new business, SNC-Lavalin remains dogged by questions over its business in Libya and whether its internal risk management and project control systems failed. [includes company response]
The Company denies all liability in respect of the claims alleged in the Motion and intends to vigorously oppose the Motion.